It’s me again with another sound related question which I hope you can help me answer.
Soon I’ll be taking part in a shoot that mostly takes place indoors and our location is a building with big, tall, empty rooms and, of course, this means that there’s quite a bit of reverb and I’d like to get rid of as much of it as possible.
In the first episode of the “Sound Gun Series” the Rocket Jump Film School refered to the use of sound blankets to dampen the reverb of a space however, it didn’t really go into depth on how to make best use of use of them. Besides pointing your microphone towards the sound blanket, is there any other tip that I could use to maximize their effect?
Also, what other ways are there to reduce reverb in a space while shooting (maybe using a certain type of microphone, etc)? And what about it post?
Thanks for all your help in advanced,